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baltimore ravens owner, art ws - modell... haa died. died.modell was 87 years oll... bruce cunningham gives uu a look back into his life... life... ((ttke pkg)) 3 -art modell meent a lot to this city-people are facebook page... megan has more on theirrreaction. peaction. good morninggguys,peoole all over baltimore... and across the nation are waking up with heavy hearts this morning... hearing this news.this is the tt baltimore. baltimmre.on our facebook page... people are sharing their memories:--craig ssys: i had the privilege of knowing mr. modell. he was a kind and gentle man. his sons are great and what a nice amily. thanks memory.--bob simply wrote... rip art modell--tyre writes: a legend in this town.--jean called him baltimore's hero --for some people they're appreciation for mr modell went even deeper... todd wrote on facebook... mr odell brought football back at the right time. itthelped me and my dad ith loss of my stepmom . thoss sunday's at memorial stadium helped our hhaling process and made our bond strrnger. let alone he fflled a void that baltimore had since 83. i am for
-- most recently, right over baltimore city. one area of storms is moving away from the city and port harbor county. that was the first one to move broke -- to move through. produced upwards of a half-inch of rain. now the latest on a new area of rain and out around reisterstown and even in the city itself. this is a new area that is cropping up right over the city. there you see from woodlawn back toward the inner harbor and westward toward the southeast corner of the city, a new area a shower activity moving to the northeast as well. folks concentrated in that area are getting some rain. these are the rain totals that have occurred over the area so far. we won't show you those right now, but i can tell you that upwards of an inch of rain fell in a brief time in northern baltimore county and down toward baltimore city. that is where the flood warning is in effect until 7:45 this evening. i will have more in the forecast coming up in just of the minutes. >> we are following a developing story on the chesapeake bay. >> rescue workers are scouring the waters looking for missing and boul
and legacy. >>> a massive sports weekend ahead. a look at the purple and orange fever in baltimore and other news saturday morning starts right now. >> welcome to 11 knew saturday morning. i'm lisa robinson. >> i'm in for jennifer franciotti. our top stories in just a moment. first a look outside with mr. john collins. good morning. >> we're almost into autumn here but the summertime weather continues. humid, cloudy. not sure if you noticed it coming in, little mist on the windshield. a thin overcast. and there are some thunderstorms west of us. there's a cold front on the way and it will bring us dramatic change in our weather by the end of the weekend. ahead on the front, summer-like. after the front, it will feel -- welsh not quite autumn-like, but very, very nice. you can see a squall line approaching pittsburgh now. still not close to western maryland. this is the weather associated with the front that's coming in. the front itself is back in ohio. even back in indiana. once it comes through, we'll see a dramatic turn around in the humidity levels and the temperatures. but we could be i
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for performing on baltimore's busiest corners. -------------------------------- ------- another hot day tomoorow. the chances for thunderstorms.... in my skywatch forecast. -------------------------------- ---- and how 'bout dem first place o's? the return of orioles magic... and the special honor for one legendary player. 3 hello... im jeff barnd.../ jennifer gilbert's... off...// a... baltimore county ...jury... finds... wo men ... guilty... for their roles... in... the... towson ...ttwn center ...killing... last &pkathleen... cairns... says.../, both... on... all... ... charges..../// including... murder../., conspiracy... / and... handgun violations. violltions. frank williams and william ward are found guiity of ffrst degree pre-meditated murder. although they did not pull the trigger that ((hellenberger)"we feel like they need to be held as equally responsible as the shooter. " the victim: 19 year old rodney pridget was gunned down the week before christmas. just outside the towson town center, (stand
with information is asked to call baltimore county police. >> an elderly woman is dead. a good samaritan was taken to the hospital after a fire. >> this happened yesterday evening. kim dacey joins us live with the latest details. >> good morning. the victim was an 88-year-old woman who lived in the home with other family members. she was the only one inside the home when the fire started. the fire started just after 6:30 sunday evening near collins avenue in northeast baltimore. a neighbor was hurt trying to get into the home to save the victim. he was rushed to the hospital. the body was found inside the home. officials do not know how she died. neighbors say it was a terrible scene. >> i saw the flames shooting up out from the first floor and the flames were so thick and i never seen any flames like that before. it was very bad. >> everybody in the neighborhood came around trying to help. >> the cause of the fire is still under investigation. kim dacey, wbal-tv 11 news. >> thank you. fire crews were busy last night battling a fire at a dundalk landmark. fire crews responded to northpoint road. s
been made public. >>> a baltimore icon in the hospital this morning. we have the very latest on the health condition of art moe dell this morning. it is thursday, september 6th. thank you for joining us. i'm megan pringle, you can see charlie out live at camden yards. been sleeping all night? >> i did go home and change clothes but i have been out here all night. not really but camden yards is the place to be in baltimore once again. the beginning of the orioles' four game series with the new york yankees. they now trail new york by one game in the american league's eastern division but tonight, it is also about remembering baseball's ironman on this date. 17 years ago, cal ripken became the all time consecutive games leader beating lou gehrig at 213 #. that's the number, consecutive games played a streak that will never be broken in the history of baseball. tonight, the living legend statue will be unveiled honoring cal and that's coming up for you tonight at 5:00 and 6:00. the ceremony around 5:15 just before the start of the game. we're going to have a preview for that for
our big story tonight, street racing for the pros in downtown baltimore. some of the most skilled drivers in the world will lead their high octane racecars in the second annual grand prix of baltimore. >> right now, crews are beginning their overnight worked to smooth out some of the bumps along the track that they complained about. some of the issues are right down here that caused a minor crash. despite all of that, day one qualifying put on a great show. >> the speed is not twisting. -- neck twisting. skill is simply amazing. >> this is the best thing we have ever seen. >> grand prix baltimore is officially back. >> the rumble of the seats, the rumble of your face, the panic of them going around the corner. "there was a crash thanks to the light rail tracks. they were flying over the railroad tracks and literally getting air. notof the bmw's could handle the height and hit the wall. >> a big commotion, the tires screeching. luckily, they were able to make it. >> they put a set of tyre turns to slow the cars down. there was mixed reviews from drivers and it was nice to see. it i
. that is -- every sunday. he's the man who's responsible for bringing football back to baltimore. this morning we have been told he's at the hospital reported to be in grave condition at johns hopkins. the 87-year-old purchased the cleveland browns that was back in 1961. he moved the franchise to baltimore in 1996. that move made him a hero here. he sold the minority interest of the team to steve bisciotti back in 2000 and in april 2004, bisciotti completed the purchase of the franchise. art modell right now johns hopkins again we're keeping a really close eye on the story and we're working the phones right now to get you the latest condition because he's been such a champion not only to bringing football but a also local charities here in the baltimore area. >>> another bier stick happening today -- big story happening today. mosquito spraying will begin in baltimore county and that's happening tonight. abc2 news linda so is here with all the details about the spraying. >> reporter: it's scheduled for tonight. in the millford mill neighborhood and workers with the department of agriculture will
right now. that was played toronto tonight in toronto and then tomorrow night the come to baltimore and play the yankees in a three game series tomorrow night and the a statue of cal ripken jr. will be unveiled. a big night tomorrow night to say the least. what else can a fan asked for? what about football? gerry sandusky has that. >> it is a busy night downtown to say the least. ravens fans getting the season kicked off tonight when they will watch your on channel 11. ravens fans have shown up here setting up and the cheerleaders have shown up as well. it kicks off on monday night at home against the cincinnati bengals. the first time they will have a monday night home game since five years ago. a trip to the championship game and that means this year the expectations are even higher. there ravens have been dominant at home. they have won their last stand straight. the only tape -- team to go to the playoffs each of the last four years. as i mentioned, the expectations are higher than ever. the players cannot wait to get this started as well. >> he had done a great job this year. i
for information into a double shooting in east baltimore. it happens near east pratt street. a portion of the road was blocked off. there was shattered glass on the side of the road. more information as it becomes available. police all looking for information into a separate double shooting. police say two people were shot. one of the victims were shot in the leg. both victims are in the hospital. a baltimore county mother is dead following a weekend shooting. >> police are calling her death senseless. kim dacey is doing double duty with the latest on that investigation. >> 22 year-old larelle amos was engaged to be married and worked with suntrust bank. police say she was not the intended subjects. she was at a party in the front yard of a home of the alameda when shots rang out. one struck her in the chest. the shots came from down the street on the alameda. police are calling this a senseless death. they are asking for the public's help to track down whoever did this. >> unacceptable. will not rest until this is completed and we have whoever is involved. i want them to come for it. if somebody
after a house fire in east baltimore. what neighbors had to say about the victim. >> cheering crowds for both the presidential candidates where they visited. >> and the first full day of the grand prix is in the books. what you can expect today. 11 news sunday morning starts right now. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] >> live, local, late breaking, this is 11 news sunday morning. >> welcome to 11 news sunday morning, i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. first let's check outside with meteorologist tony pann. it stinks, it's swampy outside. it's nasty. >> 5:00 in the morning! >> don't you think it smells funny outside? >> i don't know where you were traveling. >> where were you? >> the air quality in baltimore stinks. >> the mold spores are high because of the rain. >> you don't stink, though. >> i did shower this morning. >> thank you. >> we did shower -- not together. >> where is this show going? it's 5:00 and you've dragged us into the mud. 72 at the airport, humidity over 90%. you'll feel that when you step outside this morning but i think it'
back to baltimore. >> mr. modell came to baltimore and adapted -- adopted the bandto show his support. he was devoted to the band. >> the band stayed together until the ravens came together in 1996 adopting the band was a nod by modell to the football history. >>> from the owner of one team to another. peter and lows is-- angelos is speaking out saying art modell was the visionariy and pioneer whose impact on the game continues to this day. he and his late wife pat were as committed to philanthropy to professional football in baltimore and beyond. he was a national football league visionary and that's what he is saying. thank you to him. so that statement coming from pert angelos. >> and governor o'malley reacting to the passing of the former baltimore ravens owner saying in part he was respected by his players and beloved by family and fans. he brought the game and spirit of football to baltimore. he said he helped invigorate baltimoreans with pride in their team and set sety. >> they want you to head down to the bank this weekend. >>> nearly 2,000 people across the country infected
, a loss, no ground lost for the baltimore orioles. >> a tough stretch for the birds right now. the birds dropped their first game in the west coast to the oakland a's, the a.l. wild card leading athletics beat the o's 3-2 last night to prevent them from moving into sole possession in the a.l. east. jonny gomes hit a go-ahead r.b.i. single in the fifth to back a's rookie tommy mill own in a key series between playoff contenders. the new york yankees lost 6-4 at home to tampa bay. oakland is part of the o's grueling nine-game road trip that may have some fans going through withdrawal. the o's winning ways have been drawing bigger crowds to the yards which is great for fans and businesses, as well. lowell melzer has more on. >> that orioles' fever, magic, whatever you want to call it, has taken a grip on the baltimore area and is not letting go. >> it's fabulous. it's exciting to see and there's a lot of momentum and we hope it continues. >> goodbye, home run, it's a fair ball! orioles, 3, rays 2, in 14. >> after a sweep of the tampa bay rays, the orioles are now headed out west on a nine-g
first and race cars take over downtown baltimore. a look at the first full day of the grand prix of baltimore. 11 news saturday morning starts right now. >> you're watching wbal tv-11, live, local, late breaking. this is 11 news saturday morning. >> i'm lisa robinson. >> and i'm jennifer franciotti. we will get to our top stories in a second but we will look oue with john collins. i saw stars and a full moon. >> and scattered clouds, as well, and surprisingly, moisture from isaac is getting closer to us. yesterday it was way to the west in missouri and arkansas and moving into iowa and it was hot yesterday. today, it will be warm, a little more humid and that moisture from that storm will get closer to us. it's showing up on radar now nearby. let's look at our h.d. doppler radar. you can see that out in garrett county we are seeing shower activity and in west virginia, thunderstorm activity going on at this stage of the game. this is all sliding to the east, the initial moisture, not a major part of the forecast today but it is part of the holiday weekend forecast. i'll detail th
to any baltimore county school. they're holding the name of the other tee in custody until he can face formal charges. >>> what is going on in baltimore city. we had three people killed, seven injured last night. this morning police discovered a man slumped over in the wheel of his car in the 2900 block of west cold spring lane. last night we had two people shot in 2600 block of boone street. someone shot on rutland, south eaton and frank ford. >>> the public is welcome to come out to this hopeception. 15-year-old robert wayne gladden, jr. is accused of shooting a 17-year-old classmate on the first day of school. today a grand jury indicted gladden on 29 counts. the indictment includes nine counts of attempt murder, nine counts of first degree salt. nine counts of reckless endangerment. his classmates are pushing, of course, to get lady gaga to visit daniel. the board of education meeting will be at 7:00 tonight at perry school high school inside the cafeteria. >>> friends and family are remembering special warfare officer patrick feeks. he died during a firefighter in afghanistan. his
story tonight. some call him the father of the baltimore ravens. some credit him with transforming that football league in to the nation's preeminent sports. saying goodbye to ravens owner art modell. he died today at johns hopkins hospital at the age of 87. gerry sandusky joins us with more. >> some called art modell a giant. fans will call him the man who brought the nfl back to baltimore. art modell uprooted his family, bold steps for a man who considered football and family his highest calling. he leaves behind a legacy that does not yet include a place in the hall of fame. baltimore will include the sentiment he loved. his name stands in the team's ring of honor. his will bring added baltimore and the nfl, and his values have become his legacy in that town that treasures the same thingss. >> we lost pat less than a year ago. most people knew that their love for each other figure that as frail as art was, he would rather be with her than with us. art modell helped to pioneer the launch of monday night football and change the league again when he brickle -- relocated to baltimor
of the baltimore orioles-the o's are tied for áfirst placcá in their diiision wwth the yankees for game onetown tomorrrw for game one weenesday, september 5th 3 3 3 3 & 3 3 thh democratic national convention continues todayy several democrats are laying the groundwork for president obama's second term. term.megan gilliland is here with more on the role maryland's govvrnor is playing in that and what'' ahead for good morning guys,seveeal democcats thaa are considered up and coming spoke last niggt &pat the ccnvention... onn of them was governor martin o'malley. ann people are talking about it this morning... with praise. in the governor's speech he urged thh country to make the choiie to quote move forward... not back... by re- nominating president barack obama.a theme he weaved in &thr in... 22:26:15 by making college more affordable president obama is moving... by securing medicare ppesideet obama is 3 back... by putting forward a plan to cut waste ask those at the top to pay more and reduce our ddficit... forward not back. 22:26:50 22:26:50also last night... her husband's record.today...
every month. >> baltimore is rocking it. >> reporter: in the last year harris said home sales for the month of july jumped by $10 million here. the average price of a home in baltimore jumped $28,000. >> this is good news, believe it or not. this is the only category that we've seen less percentage wise because the market has gone up. we're seeing a steady increase in buyers. less houses available for small in baltimore city. >> reporter: harris said many people who were under water are sitting on them or rnting them. it's creating this new shortage on the market. >> we've noticed a small adjustment in prices, multiple contracts on properties. we're seeing it from the brokerage side as well. >> reporter: they are further signs that housing could be slowly rebounding, making it a seller's market in the process. in baltimore, jeff hager, abc2 news. >> according to the maryland association of realtors, home prices neared the national increase of 3.8% since july of last year. >>> the nation's debt continues to grow. it has now topped $16 trillion, which is about $60,000 of debt pe
baltimore city streets. we will hear from fans and their excitement following the second grand prix race. those stories straight ahead on this monday september 3rd. good morning i am charley crowson. >> i am megan pringle. happy labor day. hopefully you are up early and you have the day off. if you do, you want to know how the weather is going to be. >> lynette is standing by with a look at the forecast you did good this weekend. >> i tried. we have a few showers but for the most part the weekend was on the dry side. maryland's most powerful radar and on this labor day we are seeing a few showers work their way into the picture especially around cecil county this morning. elkton you can see along i-95 around port deposit. all this is going to move off towards the north and east but you could see another round going into the morning and the afternoon so scattered showers off and on throughout the day. we will see plenty of cloud around for today as well. right now, the temperatures in middletown 71 degrees. 75 in edgewater and northville coming in at 71. temperatures have been held up bec
convention, he was mayor of baltimore and was introduced as the bright star in the democratic party. he spoke about homeland security, but some said the speech was too over the top. >> the alabaster cities clean, undimmed by human tears. >> the speech tonight was said to redeem him from his performance in 2004, but his comments that the nation is not better off than it was four years ago may have harmed him. >> the comments and the reversal he made the next day. >> yesterday, governor o'malley backpedaled on his comments that the country is not better off than it was four years ago, by saying that it clearly is. sheldon dutes, wbal tv 11 news. >> another woman has come forward with the sexual harassment case against anne arundel county executive john leopold. in a signed affidavit, she described herself as an employee of his office who is on leave because of what she called the toxic environment in the office. leopold is being sued by former employee for sexual harassment. the public thought i was the woman in the backseat of the car with leopold in the parking lot. she went on to say, leopol
to that point. we'll talk about courageous decisions. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings black >>i jump out of my skin at people when i'm upset. they're doing this this corruption based on corruption based on corruption. >>that's an understatement, eliot. [ train whistle blows ] [ ball hitting paddle ] [ orbit girl ] don't let food hang around. yeah! [ orbit trumpet ] clean it up with orbit! [ orbit glint ] fabulous! for a good clean feeling. as i've said many times our nation's immigration system is as broken as our border but now is the time -- now is not the time to grant broad amnesty to nearly one million people. >> jennifer: that's arizona governor and anti-immigration poster child jan brewer reacting to president obama's executive action allowing young undocumented immigrants to remain in the u.s. without fear of deportation. fortunately not all politicians are as shortsighted. tonight we want to introduce you to jan brewer's polar opposite. she's baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings blake. she's in office since 2010. mayor rawlings blake h
fortunately there is another side to that point. we'll talk about courageous decisions. baltimore mayor stephanie rawlings black is joining us next. we'll be right back. it's go time. what time is it rob? oh, then it's go. go. go. go time. anybody? anybody? what time is it? oh, right. go time! uh, i'm in a timeout because apparently riding the dog like it's a small horse is frowned upon in this establishment! luckily though, ya know, i conceal this bad boy underneath my blanket just so i can get on e-trade. check my investment portfolio, research stocks... wait, why are you taking... oh, i see...solitary. just a man and his thoughts. and a smartphone... with an e-trade app. ♪ nobody knows... ♪ as i've said many times, our nation's immigration system is as broken as our border but now is the time -- now is not the time to grant broad amnesty to nearly one million people. >> jennifer: that's arizona governor and anti-immigration poster child jan brewer reacting to president obama's executive action allowing young undocumented immigrants
sprinkles this morning. heavy rains in parts of delaware. white sprinkles around baltimore -- light sprinkles around baltimore. a mixture of sun and clouds. not a big deal. high temperature of 88 degrees. we will check the seven-day forecast coming up in just a few minutes. relief in sight. your territory? let's check your morning commute. one closure in darlington. route one is shut down. avoid that by taking 95. we will have more details coming up. 95 looking good out of the northeast traveling down from the white marsh area. 61 towards 70. no problems out of the owings mills area. a problem at the bay bridge. the right lane is closed. 95 out of the fort mchenry is moving well and building in towards the tunnel. this is 295, showing building volume southbound down towards 32. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> art modell is in the hospital. he's being treated at johns hopkins hospital. no information about his current condition. he was seen last month at a ravens preseason practice. his wife died in 200011. >> a sheriff's deputy was killed in a crash in darlington. it happ
. >> the orioles are now tied with the yankees for first place. get excited, baltimore. >> an apple a day could keep the doctor away. >>> we begin tonight with the latest on last week's school shooting in baltimore county. >> we are getting our first look inside the cafeteria where a perry hall high school fired a gun injuring a student. >> we learned that the principal will get some feedback from the man who led the school in puddocka kentucky back in 1997. parents help this process of evaluating the shooting shooting and working toward preventing another one. >> this comes back to a metal detector or that type of thing. >> reporter: it's the parent's turn to come to school after robert gladden critically injured 17-year-old daniel berroie. >> we're looking at that because to move more staff into the cafeteria means we're taking the teacher from the second floor bathroom. >> reporter: the prisple describe -- the principal described the security as we got a first look inside the cafeteria where the shooting happened. we saw cameras near the vending machine where guidance counselor gesy glossmer
in the orioles help put them there. baltimore bombed the yankees with six homers. baltimore knocks out new york, 10-6. in july the yankees were up ten games. now they're tied for first with the orioles in the american league east. bad blood in washington, a shouting match between cubs coach and base coach bo porter cleerts benches: he's ease jekted. benches clear all over again. three more players were ejected. this was war. >>> a marathon match in the u.s. open. they slug it out for an epic four hours and 31 minutes. 6-3, 6-7 -- the spaniard is looking for a sixth title of the year and novak djokovic had an easier time against juan martin del potro. he advances to the grand slam semifinal. the nfl is mourning the loss of ravens owner art mow dell. he helped turn the nfl into a money making machine. he angered cleveland fans in 1995 when he took the browns to baltimore. during his career, he helped to negotiate the league's tv contracts and served as nfl president. art mow dell died from natural causes in baltimore thursday. he was 87 years old. >>> when we come back on a friday, another look a
's the best approach to baltimore city. as we go outside, how about it? looking pretty good. we'll show you drive times and they look like this, pretty easy commute, 695 at harford road, that's looking really good as well across the area. and, again, 83 southbound from maryland/pennsylvania line to 695, that's a 22-minute ride and 695 outer loop from 795 to 95, that should take you 11 minutes. megan. >>> the baltimore orioles are in first place in the a.l. east and it's september. after all those years, you've probably lost hope, but now it can be restored. we have not seen this since 1997. charley is live down at camden yards. and, charley, those o's tickets have never been so hard to come by until now, right? >>reporter: you know, megan, when you talk about major league baseball, the season is long, it's 162 games and no sport is based more on numbers than baseball. and we're not going to bore you with those numbers, the inside stuff. we're going to talk to you about ticket prices this morning. i just did a check here on my smart phone, the stubhub prices, standing-room-only tickets at
night by the baltimore orioles shot them back into a first place tie with the new york yankees. here's nbc's fred roggin with an early look at all your sports headlines. >>> good morning. with less than a month to go in the season there's no race closer than the a.l. east, orioles and yanks in a dead heat after mark reynolds unloaded in baltimore. smashed a pair of home runs. he had an absolute tear. eight homers in seven games. the orioles won it, 7-6. >>> push came to shove. the coaches went after each other in the fifth. that was quickly broken up. then in the sixth, castillo almost hit bryce harper and here we go. the benches cleared. after a few tense moments things escalated at first base. no real punches thrown. just a lot of jawing back and forth. we'll call it a draw. nats won the game, 9-2. >>> it's one of the easiest things to do in baseball, but the colorado rockies made it look, oh, so difficult. taking on the braves. chacin with the pitch. no problem there. rosario tossed it back. problem. chacin took his eye off the ball. didn't make the catch and in came the run. all
gladden. >>> police evacuated a neighborhood in baltimore county after a hazmat scare. today two teens face chargings of concocting drugs for huffing in the basement on regally oak -- ridgely oak road. police arrested 19-year-old justin trionfo. today his mother told abc2 news that his arrest came as welcome news. she said her son and a friend were mixing engine starter fluid with water in bottles for huffing. it prompted and evacuation. >> i was upstairs and didn't smell it until i came down. i'm so sorry, though to all the neighbors about what happened and what took place, but he has been arrested and his friend. >> carol ready as also been charged with allegedly concocting the mixture. trionfo's mother said he posted a message on facebook saying he wouldn'ted to shoot up the school. >>> well, we had a deadly holiday weekend, didn't we? three killed, four shot over the last 12 hours. it started with a double shooting that left one dead but ended about 7:30 this morning when police found a man slummed over the we will -- slumped over the wheel of his car. homicide detectives are still
in the orioles help put them there. baltimore bombed the yankees with six homers. mark reynolds, hit a second blast of the game in the eighth inning. baltimore knocks out new york, 10-6. in july the yankees were up ten games. now they're tied for first with the orioles in the american league east. bad blood in washington, a shouting match between cubs coach and nationals third base coach porter clears the benches. quirk is ejected. then a brushback pitch in the sixth. benches clear all over again. three more players were ejected. this was war. in the ind, washington wins 9-2. >>> a marathon match in the u.s. open. they slug it out for an epic four hours and 31 minutes. ferrar takes it five sets. the spaniard is looking for his sixth title of the year and novak djokovic had an easier time against juan martin del potro. he advances to the grand slam semifinal. his tenth straight. the nfl is mourning the loss of ravens owner art modell. he helped turn the nfl into a money making machine. he also angered cleveland fans back in 1995 when he took their much beloved team, the browns to baltimore. du
britton lanzó siete entradas para ganar su cuarta apertura consecutiva y los orioles de baltimore vapulearon 12-0 a los azulejos. con la derrota 5-2 de yankees de nueva york ante rays de tampa bay, los orioles empataron a los yankees en la cima de la división este de la liga americana. esto no ocurría desde 1997, el año en el que por última vez ganaron el banderín y avanzaron a la postemporada. por baltimore., el dominicano wilson betemit se fue de 1-0. se viene otras dos fechas de clasificacion al mundial de brasil 2014 y los argentinos se mediran a paraguay y peru en la concacaf, la selecta ya tiene a todos sus legionarios y se preparan para la doble contra guyana. y la temporada de la nfl arranca hoy entre los baquetos y los gigantes. hasta aqui los deportes tendremos mas esta noche solo a las once. vamos a una pausa, pero ya regresamos con mas informacio n...
accidents that i have this morning coming in from the north side of town. no problems out of baltimore on 95, columbia, route 32 and 29 and the bw parkway looks great as well as you leave fort meade and heading for greenbelt and cheverly inside the beltway. we'll take a live look outside and show what you it looks like first on 270. southbound side, yup, this is definitely beginning to slow down. it's going to be off and on from frederick to 109 and then solid now all the way down to 121 before that pace improves. it looks good down at the point where the lanes divide. back over to the maps. this time we'll head over to the other side of town. if you're planning to head in on 95 northbound, a couple of long, slow stretched out of aquia harbor toward dumfries and woodbridge. we'll take another live look if you're planning to head south over on the wilson bridge, no problems through alexandria and springfield. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:11. back to you. >> thank you, monika. >>> tonight former president bill clinton takes center stage at democratic national convention. last
night by the baltimore orioles shot them back into first place with the new york yankees, a first-place tie. here's nbc's fred roggin. >> good morning! with less than a month to go in the season, there is no race closer than the a.l. east. orioles and yanks in a dead heat after mark reynolds unloaded in baltimore, smashed a pair of home runs. he was on an absolute tear, eight homers in the last seven games. orioles won it 10-6. >>> push came to shove between the cubs and nationals. the coaches went after each other in the fifth. that was quickly broken up. then in the sixth, castillo almost hit bryce harper and here we go, the benches cleared. after a few tense moments, things escalated at first base. the real punches thrown, jawing back and forth. we'll call it a draw. nats won the game 9-2. >>> it is one of the easiest things to do in baseball, but the colorado rockies made it look difficult. taking on the braves, runner on third, the pitch, the problem is he took his eye off the ball. it's all right, it's only the second inning, we'll get it back. no you won't. it was the only
that are coming up. there's two this week, which is unusual. so those will be fun. it's cincinnati at baltimore. and san diego at oakland. and then sunday night, pittsburgh/denver. peyton manning's return, everybody's excited for that. >> chris, thank you so much for being with us. >> sure, thank you. >>> next hour of "cnn newsroom" starts after a short break. i bought the car because of its efficiency. i bought the car because i could eliminate gas from my budget. i don't spend money on gasoline. it's been 4,000 miles since my last trip to the gas station. it's pretty great. i get a bunch of kids waving at me... giving me the thumbs up. it's always a gratifying experience. it makes me feel good about my car. i absolutely love my chevy volt. ♪ i absolutely love my chevy volt. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producin
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. >> we are talking the second running of the baltimore grand prix. drivers had to wind around the 13 had been opportunity takoma park in the streets of downtown baltimore. i guess they are professionals. there were nine caution flags during
of showers and thunderstorms up in baltimore and northern sections of baltimore county. that's been a bit of a hotspot this evening. they keep forming storm after storm up there. we have been dry in town. you can see around charlottesville some pretty good rain. this is moving north of 64 now. parts of culpeper county are beginning to get in on the act and again this rain will continue to move up and through. it's not in the metro area now, but i suspect as it holds together, it will at least bring a few showers through here 1:00, 2:00 in the morning. 79 degrees now, 75 for gaithersburg, 82 for quantico. dew points are extremely high and here in town it just jumped up to 74 degrees. 76 for fredericksburg and culpeper the dew point is 75. what we're dealing with here, remnants of isaac and we're still east of what is left of isaac, so we continue with this unsettled pattern, showers, thunderstorms, muggy conditions lingering. it does look like we'll be a little bit drier as we start getting into thursday and friday before more showers and thunderstorms come back into the forecast as we get
strain. and how about this news? the baltimore orioles tied for first place in the al east in september. those words haven't been uttered since 1997. that's the last time the birds won the division and advanced to the playoffs. tonight there's no doubt this team came to play. mark reynolds got the ball rolling in a 5th. a 3-run shot to the left. the orioles just piled it on after that. baltimore wins 12-0 tonight over toronto. eat night for baseball. all right. up in new y
was she angry -- >> more violated. >> reporter: daniel miller from baltimore stole her car. marie worried because she left a pair of house keys in her car for emergencies along with bills with her home address. >> i had a set of keys in the car. she called on star. >> i was trying to, you know, tell the on star person that -- can you send a police to my house? >> reporter: police drove to the house and found miller walking out of the door with a plastic bag. her laptop was inside. officers say he tried to run away. they caught him, he struggled and they tasered him. >> i'm glad. at least he is not on the street. >> reporter: police found her keys and her jewelry in the suspect's pants. tonight he is in jail facing charges of burglary and resisting arrest. i'm shomari stone, news4. >>> tonight we're hearing the 911 calls from the deadly train derailment. two 19-year-old college students were killed when the train fell off the tracks. they were sitting on a bridge near the tracks. several people called police about the crash. >> it's coal. it came completely out. >> all right. >> i'm still
here in baltimore. so -- nice free weekend for me. >> reporter: he got a free one with you was it worth it? >> it was fine. good experience. >> so much fun. >> reporter: here is the woman we really have to ask who was hanging out with other women drivers. >> it's an opportunity to spotlight what we know and that's how wonderful the city is. what a great place it is. >> yeah i wish i could go into racing. i drive fast enough. probably to fast. >> reporter: what did you come down for in the first place? >> lot of horse power, here to watch wrecks. >> really good action. things falling off cars, lot of fun. >> i'm having a blast this is my second year coming here. >> reporter: you had a blast. >> kind of loud. >> it's great. the cars so loud. i love it. >> reporter: can't hear you when the final flag whipped around ryan hunter ray was the winner of the grande prix. >> [applause] >> great story. all right. orioles take two out of three in new yorkt. was mark reynolds weekend. he homered twice on friday in the orioles win, hit two more today including a three run shot as the oriol
. this after a man fell five stories from an escalator at an nfl preseason game. >>> a baltimore man behind bars after a botched robbery. the victim says she lost her keys at maryland casino wednesday night. 50-year-old daniel miller found the keys, took her car eventually driving to the victim's house in edgewater. officers caught him walking out of her home with her laptop and jewelry. despite him being locked up, the woman is still on edge. marie didn't want to give her last name. >> like i said, i've never experienced it and so it's really been -- it's unsettling. i'm kind of walking around in circles. things i want to do and i just don't -- just very unsettling, still. >> miller faces multiple charges including burglary and resisting arrest. >>> federal authorities dropped their investigation into a controversial sheriff in arizona. authorities determined there wasn't enough evidence to present a case against maricopa county sheriff joe arpaio. there were charges he used his role unfairly. arpaio isn't off the hook yesterday. a federal judge hasn't cleared him of racial profiling again
economy. >>> football fans and family members today morning the loss of former baltimore ravens owner art modell. the team said he died at johns hopkins hospital where he was admitted yesterday for unknown reasons. there is no word on the cause of his death. modell was an nfl owner for four decades and considered one of the most influential people in the league and moved from brown to -- the browns to baltimore and changeed the name to the ravens in 1986. he was 87. >>> new details about the wild animal that attacked a woman in northern virginia. the rabid nutri britt jenkins an 83-year-old woman as she was swimming in lake barcross in fairfax county. initial reports indicate the beaver bit the woman but it was a nurse -- nutria, a rodent- like animal that looks similar to a beaver. she was taken to the hospital for treatment. >>> and taking a live look outside. we have seen some rain and some clouds throughout the day and that is not as hot, although it was muggy. gary, it's muggy out there. >> and very muggy, especially since we ended up with the showers that moved through this morning
but in the end, ryan hunter ray took the checkered flag. >> it doesn't seem like baltimore when you watch that race. >> it doesn't seem race friendly but they're professionals and they know what they're doing. >> still plenty ahead, weather, traffic and all your top stories. >> fox 5 morning news continues right now. right now. >>> good morning on this monday. labor day, september 3rd, taking a live look at the capitol dome this morning. nice and bright there as we take a look. the problem is it isn't as nice and fun outside this morning. it is nice and thick out there, humid start to your day. good morning. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. with that humidity comes all the bugs and mosquitos that make it really unpleasant to go outside and enjoy. >> it was a tough weekend weather-wise. >> it was. >> tough in here. i tried to put the jacket on but had to take it off. going to be another uncomfortable day. i know it is a holiday an effect wants to play. up fortunately, you will be dodging raindrops. >> all day? >> a good portion of the day. >> good day to stay inside and maybe
-5 the final over chicago. >>> the baltimore orioles in the midst of a pennant race. last night no doubting that this team came to play. mark reynolds got the ball rolling in the 5th, a three-run shot to left, his 17th of the season. the orioles piled it on. after that baltimore wins 12-0 over toronto. they share first place in the al east with the new york yankees. >>> the holdout by ravens bryant mckinney is over. the offensive tackle and the team were finally able to agree on a deal. the ravens on the verge of releasing mckinney before he agreed to restructure his deal which cuts his salary by $1 million. they didn't feel the dispute with be a distraction to the team. >> really no concern about that. i don't think it will be an issue at all. guys are pros and guys understand the business aspect of all this stuff. he's a hard worker, a pro, a raven. i'm really happy about that. >> that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm kristen berset. have a great wednesday. >>> a man who used to terrorize redskins quarterbacks will now be verbal sparring with kelly rip came. yes, rip pa announce
a four-game series against the orioles tonight in baltimore. huge weekend series. >>> elsewhere in the a.l. east, bobby valentine found himself battling controversy once again after he threatened a boston radio host in an interview yesterday. during his weekly appearance, valentine lashed out after a question was asked about his work ethic. he had some less than positive things to say about his time with the red sox. >> maybe you've kind of checked out. you have checked out of this? >> what an embarrassing thing to sayment you know, if i was there, i'd punch you right in the mouth. how does that sound? sound like i checked out? what an embarrassing thing -- why would somebody even -- i mean that's something that a comic strip person would write. i think you learn from misery. you learn from challenges. you learn from failures as well as you learn from success. so, you know, this is what i chose to do, and i think it's been, you know, miserable, but i think it's also been part of my life's journey. >> that it's been miserable this year. valentine attempted later to clarify the comments sa
into nominations. >> there has been a lot of discussion. the baltimore sun had a story about how he is running all over this convention working as hard as he can and saying he is not running. i think he is looking at it for 2016. he says when you ask him about it now is not the time to talk about me, now is the time to talk about barack obama. that is what a good candidate would say. >> michelle obama lit it up here tonight. tomorrow there is another superstar, former president bill clinton will address this crowd in support of barack obama and what they hope will be four more years. back to you. >> thank you jim vance and tom sherwood. they are watching the weather in charlotte could force the president to move his acceptance speech indoors. rit now it is planned for thursday in an outdoor arena that seats 70,000 people. here is storm team 4 chief meteorologist doug. >> isaac moving to the north and west of us. it is drawing in moisture from deep down to the south. here is charlotte. charlotte picking up over an inch of rain in parts of the charlotte area. the moisture making its way our way, too
to be a hassle-free, fun-filled evening at the maryland state fair in baltimore county. those plans quickly went south when mother nature began to show her ugly face on the infield racetrack where the stage was set up. concert organizers quickly put the brakes on the show and herded thousands of fans off the grounds into shelters just as the storm was moving in. the rain, wind and lightning tore through the skies above asconcert goers scurried looking for a place to hunker down in. the storm blew through and just as everyone thought the coast was clear, another round came and slammed them. >> get out of here. we have other storms coming in. >> reporter: and that's whentempers began to flare among anxious fans waiting to see the band play. >> this is crazy. rain or shine. it's not even raining anymore. i'm staying here. >> reporter: but after the disaster that took place last year killing five at the indiana state fair when their stage collapsed, these concert organizers aren't taking any chances. >> i don't mind. i would rather be safe than get struck by lightning. >> reporter: and officially, t
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